Community News

March 19, 2018

 

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY - On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, Conneaut Lake Borough Council conducted a ground breaking ceremony for its revitalization construction projects kick off.  The Construction Improvement Project for Water Street between First and Second Streets began last week with the placement of traffic and parking control signs and barriers and saw cutting of various areas of the street and sidewalk.  This is in preparation for larger construction which will be targeted on the north side of Water CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY - On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, Conneaut Lake Borough Council conducted a ground breaking ceremony for its revitalization construction projects kick off.  The Construction Improvement Project for Water Street between First and Second Streets began last week with the placement of traffic and parking control signs and barriers and saw cutting of various areas of the street and sidewalk.  This is in preparation for larger construction which will be targeted on the north side of Water Street which may be completed in 60 days at which time construction will switch to the south side of Water Street with a goal of completing all construction within 120 days.  Two lanes of traffic, one going east and one going west will be open throughout the project.  Parking on that section of Water Street will be diverted to the alleys in the rear.  Fireman's Beach will be under construction and off limits to park goers during the period March 19th through May 25th and will reopen on Memorial Day Weekend.  Pictured, from left, at the ground breaking, are Dick Holabaugh, Borough Council President, Diane Helbig representing Senator Michele Brooks, Penny Monihan, Borough Council Member, John O'Grady, Mayor of Conneaut Lake, Chad Waldschmidt, Community Development Committee, Mike Krepps, Borough Council Member, Vicki Leap representing State Rep. Parke Wentling, and Bill Eldridge, Borough Council Member and Development Committee Chair.Street which may be completed in 60 days at which time construction will switch to the south side of Water Street with a goal of completing all construction within 120 days.  Two lanes of traffic, one going east and one going west will be open throughout the project.  Parking on that section of Water Street will be diverted to the alleys in the rear.  Fireman's Beach will be under construction and off limits to park goers during the period March 19th through May 25th and will reopen on Memorial Day Weekend.  Pictured, from left, at the ground breaking, are Dick Holabaugh, Borough Council President, Diane Helbig representing Senator Michele Brooks, Penny Monihan, Borough Council Member, John O'Grady, Mayor of Conneaut Lake, Chad Waldschmidt, Community Development Committee, Mike Krepps, Borough Council Member, Vicki Leap representing State Rep. Parke Wentling, and Bill Eldridge, Borough Council Member and Development Committee Chair.